By the time your pet is 3, he or she will very likely already have signs of periodontal disease. If left untreated, periodontal can worsen and eventually affect the kidney, liver and heart. To prevent extensive dental concerns, pain, and other health issues caused by them, pet dental care should include teeth and gum checks by your veterinarian at least once per year. As with many other health issues, prevention, early detection and treatment can help control future deterioration and […]
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